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International Journal of developmental disabilities


Año 2015. Número 61 (2)

Opinion Paper
The policy construct behind community care
Rob Greig
Research Paper
The use and abuse of ‘community’ and ‘neighbourhood’ within disability research: an exposé, clarification, and recommendation
Robert Cummins, Yunji Kim
Opinion Paper
From hospital to home: the drive to support people with intellectual disabilities in the community
Jean Collins
Research Papers
What counts as a community? Alternative approaches to inclusion and developmental disability
Pamela Cushing
Quality of life and social inclusion across the lifespan: challenges and recommendations
Roy I. Brown,Virginie Cobigo,Whitney D. Taylor
Social networks and their implications for community living for people with a learning disability
Robin Dunbar
The meaning of ‘community’ in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities: an historical perspective
Simon Jarrett
Article Type: Research Article
Ordinary or meaningful lives? ‘Deep personalization’ and the under-explored contribution of village and intentional communities
Maria Lyons
Community inclusion: ideology, market forces and technology
Robin Jackson
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